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Ocular toxocariasis simulating a retinal hamartoma. A case report
Revista Mexicana de Oftalmología (English Edition)
Case report: The case concerns a 6 year-old girl who refers a 6-month history of decreased visual acuity in the right eye. The only relevant data during interrogation was contact with dogs. The initial diagnosis was a retinal hamartoma. The patient was studied with complete blood count, blood chemistry, magnetic resonance imaging, and A and B-scan ultrasonography. Anti-Toxocara canis antibodies were measured (IgG 24.5 U, normal range 0-9 U; IgM and IgA < 2.5 U within normal range). Discussion:doi:10.24875/rmoe.m21000198 fatcat:mtc5pbhryngpphxthgrqk3e6fa